Month: November 2009


Went out about 45 minutes early Tuesday morning, saw fifteen “objects” – shooting stars – in an hour and half, everything from one that made a clear, hard streak across a third of the sky to one that looked like a gray shadow. Fifteen sounds like a lot, but it’s only one every six minutes on

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A beautiful morning. Walking down the farm road with a moon two-days-past-full up in the western sky, throwing strong black shadows of the newly-denuded trees. The two bulls sleeping in the field on the left, largish black mounds on the silver grass. Just as I swung my eyes to my right there was the flash

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